Online Casino and Gambling News: November 2015

Phil Ivey Gets Appeal in Crockfords Case

Professional poker player Phil Ivey has been granted an appeal by a British Court in a case that saw him lose a bid for £7.8 million that he won from the Crockfords Casino when he exploited an edge flaw in cards to game the casino for millions in high stakes Baccarat.

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Microgaming Teases 6 New Slot Titles

Internet betting software developer Microgaming has teased its upcoming lineup of online slots, as the company will be releasing the games Happy Holidays", "Serenity", "Lucky Twins", "Peek A Boo", "Bikini Party" and "Dragon Dance" in the near future.

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Holland Casino Research Shows Dutch Market Larger Than Expected

This week it was revealed that Holland Casino hired Motivaction to conduct a study, which revealed that the Dutch online gambling market may be much larger than originally estimated.

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TAIN and 1x2 Gaming in Content Deal

Internet betting software developer 1x2 Gaming has announced that they have signed a content supply deal with TAIN and will offer their games to the betting site as a result.

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WinADay Casino Releases New Slot "Olympus"

Internet casino WinADay has announced the release of their newest video slot "Olympus", which is the 32nd video slot in the casino's library.

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Play'n GO Releases New Slot "Wizard of Gems"

Internet betting software developer Play'n GO has announced the release of its newest video slot "Wizard of Gems", which brings with it a mystical look and feel.

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Evolution Launches New Caribbean Stud Poker Game

Live dealer software giant Evolution Gaming has announced that it has released its newest game, a Caribbean Stud Poker title that it developed alongside gambling firm Games Marketing.

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UK Posts Revenue Numbers from Betting Industry

Last week the UK Gambling Commission released a set of figures that show how much Britons spend on internet gambling, the first set of numbers since the country implemented a point of consumption tax on all online operators offering action within the UK.

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iSoftBet Gets UK License

Internet betting software developer iSoftBet has announced that it has obtained a Level 3 certification from the UK Gambling Commission, and can now offer its entire library in the country without its continuation license.

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US Court: Social Gaming Not Gambling

Last week a Federal Court in Washington dismissed a lawsuit which the plaintiff sued under the guise that social gambling was gambling under state law, and is therefore illegal.

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